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How to: Create Deposits

Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013

You can make deposits to maintain a transaction record that contains information that can be applied to outstanding invoices and credit memos.

To create a deposit

  1. In the Search box, enter Deposits, and then choose the related link.

  2. On the Home tab, choose New.

  3. On the General FastTab, fill in the required fields as described in the following table.

    Field Description

    No.

    The unique identification number for the deposit.

    Bank Account No.

    The bank account number for the deposit.

    Total Deposit Amount

    The total deposit amount posted to the bank ledger.

    You can post this deposit only if the sum of the deposit lines is equal to the value in this field.

    Posting Date

    The posting date for the deposit.

    Document Date

    The deposit document date.

  4. On the Lines FastTab, fill in the required fields as described in the following table.

    Field Description

    Account Type

    The account type.

    Account No.

    The unique identification account number that is associated with the selected account type, to which the entry will be posted.

    Description

    The journal line entry description.

    Document Date

    The journal line entry document date.

    Document Type

    The journal line entry document type.

    Document No.

    The journal line entry document number.

    Credit Amount

    The total credit amount on the journal line.

  5. Optionally, on the Navigate tab, choose Comments, and then add relevant comments in the Bank Comment Sheet window.

  6. Optionally, on the Navigate tab, choose Dimensions, and then add relevant dimensions in the Dimension Set Entries window.

After you have created a deposit, you must post it.

To post a deposit

  • On the Home tab, choose Post.

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    You can post a deposit only if the amount displayed in the Total Deposit Lines field is equal to the amount in the Total Deposit Amount field.

Next, you can use the Deposit Test Report and Deposit reports to reconcile your posted deposits with outstanding invoices and credit memos.

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